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Child Rapist Sentenced To 300 YEARS In Prison Is RELEASED On A Technicality . . . He’s Now Free To RAPE MORE KIDS!! - MTO News

Child Rapist Sentenced To 300 YEARS In Prison Is RELEASED On A Technicality . . . He’s Now Free To RAPE MORE KIDS!!

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46-year-old Michael McFadden was seen as one of the most EVIL men in history. A Colorado jury sentenced to more than 300 years in prison for sexually assaulting six children.
But now he’s free to RAPE MORE KIDS.

You see Michael the MONSTER was released after an appeals court determined that his right to a speedy trial had been violated.

McFadden was convicted in 2015, but his trial was delayed after his attorneys sought to include provisions in the juror questionnaire and the judge granted a continuance. Colorado’s appellate court ruled that the delay couldn’t be attributed to McFadden, who won’t have to register as a sex offender because his convictions were vacated.

“I am frankly appalled, completely appalled at this decision,” District Attorney Dan Rubinstein told 11 News partner KKCO. “I think the criminal justice system completely failed here.”

“The [victims] were promised if they were told everything that happened they would be safe,” the woman told KKCO speaking anonymously. “He [McFadden] had told them, if you tell what I did I will kill you.”

District Attorney Rubinstein sent the following statement to 11 News yesterday:

“While there has been some news coverage on the travesty of justice that occurred with the release of Michael McFadden, I think it is important for the community to know what occurred so that they can take action at the next election of court of appeals judges Jones, Graham and Welling. The court of appeals blames both the trial judge and the legislature, but in my opinion, the court of appeals got this one wrong. I have already been in touch with Sen. Ray Scott, Rep. Dan Thurlow, and Rep. Yeulin Willett to change the statute, even though I still believe that they could have affirmed the conviction without the change.

The defendant was charged with sexually assaulting 6 children and being a habitual sex offender against children. The trials of all of these victims were consolidated. On two previous occasions, the defense asked for a continuance and waived his right to a speedy trial in order to secure the continuance. Prior to the third trial date, there was a jury questionnaire which was drafted by the defense which referenced Mr. McFadden’s prior offense, which both parties were comfortable with, given the court’s ruling that the facts of the prior offense were going to be admissible.”

Michael was released from prison Tuesday after the Colorado Supreme Court declined to hear the case.